The average person fixing your power lines is getting older, and the line of people to replace those aging workers isn’t getting longer.
U.S. Rep. Justin Amash, R-Grand Rapids, missed his first vote Friday since he arrived in Congress in 2011.
Volkswagen pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy and obstruction of justice and agreed to pay a $4.3 billion penalty.
Grade levels would also disappear if the panel recommendations were enacted.
A southeast Michigan lawyer has been charged with two felonies for allegedly raping an incapacitated female in West Michigan.
After high winds Wednesday took out power to hundreds of thousands across the state, crews have been working nonstop to restore service.
Lawmakers have finalized legislation that supporters say would shift the state’s focus from punishing criminals to rehabilitating them.
The House has approved legislation to prohibit a lawmaker who resigns or who has been expelled from running in the special election.
Michigan’s unemployment rate edged upward to 5.2 percent in January as the number of people entering the job market continued to grow.
Legislation advancing in the Michigan House would subject the governor and lawmakers to public-records requests.
Strong winds Wednesday knocked out power to nearly 300,000 Consumers Energy customer, including traffic lights across West Michigan.
Authorities say two people were killed when strong winds blew a large tree onto the roof of their moving vehicle.
Detroit police say a suspect has been arrested in an arson investigation following an apartment fire that killed five people.
Michigan lawmakers have approved legislation aiming to keep 100,000 criminals who are under state supervision from breaking the law again.
As people affected the high winds start to clean up, they will have to keep an out for scammers.